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Hurricane Ian not only destroyed parts of Florida, but SAR Academy called for a rain check for a STEM workshop as the remnants of Ian traveled north. more
Alison Wong can easily recall her time at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Performing Arts over a decade ago, walking the hallway and preparing to apply to colleges. more
Being a first-generation American in his family, Jose Minaya grew up in a Dominican Republic household in Washington Heights, where his parents focused on saving rather than spending. Now, he is the chief executive of Nuveen, a TIAA major investor firm, overseeing all investment activities for more than $1 trillion in assets worldwide. more
Imagine a place where bicyclists, walkers, and runners can feel safe walking down a recreational path — for a safe commute in Riverdale. more
Manhattan College continued a losing streak this week, with losses for the men’s soccer team and women’s volleyball team, and a tie for women’s soccer at Stony Brook. more
After 10 years, interim Lehman College business school dean Dene Hurley converted its economic and business departments into an entire school. more
Lehman College and some of its CUNY brethren have come out on top in recent college rankings. more
Returning home from military service can be challenging for service members, especially those returning to school. more
Answering calls from the community is in their DNA. And nowadays, the New York Police Department is offering another service through a program that combines recreation and mentorship opportunities for the youth. more
The College of Mount Saint Vincent has yet again been recognized by the Colleges of Distinction. The Mount has a commitment to help undergraduates learn and succeed, according to the organization. more
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